The 1st line of defence in protecting your premises
Baydale specialise in installing and maintaining intruder alarms on behalf of clients throughout the UK. A burglar alarm is the first line of defence in protecting your premises against criminals as it’s usually enough to deter criminals from breaking into your property. Our team of engineers are experts in an array of different security systems and will determine the most suitable intruder alarm system for your property. Examples of types of alarm include:
Bells Only – a bells only system is a simplified intruder alarm that when triggered sounds an alarm for 15 minutes when an intruder has entered or is trying to enter the premises. This system will alert people in the surrounding area or potential police in the area.
Smart Alarms – a security system that communicates with a secure app that is installed on your smartphone, tablet or PC. A smart alarm relies on a Wi-Fi connection to operate and connects to your broadband router. The benefits of a smart alarm are that they can be set-up wirelessly to give you the ability to monitor the alarm remotely.
GSM Dialler – GSM diallers rely on mobile phone networks and text messages to communicate. The GSM dialler requires a sim card, which is then connected to the alarm system. The dialler can be programmed to transmit an alert by voice or text message depending on your preference. This will alert you to any potential break-ins and will allow you to reset the system remotely in the event of a false alarm.
Monitored – a monitored intruder alarm system is an alarm transmission solution which is monitored 24/7 by an alarm receiving centre (ARC). When an alarm is triggered the centre responds by calling keyholders and the local police.
Police Response – a police response alarm is like a monitored alarm system except it will signal a 24/7 police response centre. Police will be dispatched to the property when an alarm is triggered. However, to qualify for a police response system it must comply with all current legislation and ACPO Standards.
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